Natinal Parks In Rajasthan

National Parks in Rajasthan (Wildlife In Rajasthan)
Rajasthan is home to many unique and beautiful species of wildlife. The National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries in Rajasthan India are an exotic destination to visit.

Some of the Popular Rajasthan Wildlife Sanctuary And Parks are:

The Darrah sanctuary is spread over an area of 250 sq. kms and is strategically located 50 kms. away from the town of Kota.

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Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary

The Desert National Park is located at a distance of 40kms. from Jaisalmer and is teeming with wildlife, including chinkara, hare, desert fox, black buck, wolf, and desert cat.
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Desert National Park

The Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary is located 32 kms. from the town of Bikaner. Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary used to be royal hunting grounds of the Maharaja of Bikaner.
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Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary

Jaisamand Sanctuary was established in the year 1957 with an area of 160 sq.kms. The Jaisamand Sanctuary is famous for deer, wild boar, panther, antelope and chital.
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Jaisamand Sanctuary

The Keoladeo Ghana National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is strategically located just 7 kms away from the town of Bharatpur. This renowned park the nesting ground of hundreds of varieties of birds. .
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Keoladeo Ghana National Park

The Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary is spread over an area of 578 sq. kms and is located at an altitude ranging from 500 to 1300 meters. The sanctuary is a mere 65 kms. from Udaipur. .
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Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary

The sanctuary located in Mount is spread over the gorgeous Aravalli range of mountains. Mount Abu is Rajasthan’s only hill station and in the days of yore it used to be the summer retreat of Rajasthan’s royalty.
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Mount Abu Sanctuary

Ranthambore is one of the most picturesque national parks in India with the backdrop of an invincible fort located on a hill top while the park is spread over the Aravalli foothills..
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Ranthambore National Park

Sariska used to be the hunting ground of the Maharaja of Alwar. It was declared a National Park in 1955. The park is spread over an area of 479 sq. Kms..
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Sariska National Park

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